[Grok-dev] How does one unittest a view?
wichert at wiggy.net
Wed Apr 8 09:42:23 EDT 2009
I think you misunderstand me. I want to unittest utility methods in my
View class. I do not want to write an integration or functional test.
Previously Vanderson Mota dos Santos wrote:
> You should use an integration/funtional layer in this test.
> The name is not really an unit test. It is an acceptance test.
> You can do it in 3 ways:
> 1) Test directly in the View class API, instantiating it with the
> TestRequest class as parameter. This is called "Under the skin"(
> 2) User the zopetestbrowser - Best option if your view doesn't have any
> and running to run the test.
> Here you will need to use TestRequest as well.
> 3) Use selenium. But you will need to put an application instance running in
> order to run your tests.
> good testing!
> 2009/4/8 Wichert Akkerman <wichert at wiggy.net>
> > How can you unittest a view? Trying to instantiate a view in a testcase
> > fails when the constructor tries to access self.__view_name__ and
> > self.module_info.
> > Wichert.
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